Community Plan

The Community Plan was produced in February 2019 following community consultation undertaken throughout 2018. The issues which residents identified as being of importance have been classified into four main areas. Developments within each area can be followed using the links below which contain updates. The intention of the council is to have addressed all the identified issues and carried out improvements where necessary, with a target date of 2024 to deliver the results.

Connecting Our Communities

Roads, Cycleways & Footpaths

Child Friendly Spaces

Making our communities attractive for young families

Digital Connectivity

Mobile & Broadband

Parish Concerns

Housing, lighting, litter, dog-fouling, drainage, community shop & tourism

Latest Community Plan News

Improvements to A5093 Layby near Ghyll Scaur Quarry
21 May 2021
Quarry Layby after treework and litter-picking
6 April 2021
digital connectivity represented by a netwrok of lights over an illuminated globe
Litter Blitz - Over 90 bags collected to date!
23 March 2021
Trailer load of Fly-tipped Waste along A595
Spring Clean at Hall Bank layby
15 March 2021
Collected waste in bags, Hall Bank Layby

Latest Parish Council Information

Stone to Stones Guided Walk Cover Picture

Stone to Stones Walk - Download Guide

6 August 2021

A self-guided walk linking the new stone to the Swinside stone circle has been produced and can be downloaded from the link

Safer Cycling weekend Website Poster


22 June 2021

As part of the Community Plan MWPC are holding a series of events forming a Safer Cycling weekend on 10th and 11th July 2021. There's lots planned for the two days with free bike checks, workshops and kiddies cycling challenges. Please click through to our Active Travel section for more details


CCC Public Health Update 26 May 2021

1 June 2021

All close contacts of confirmed COVID-19 cases should now be advised to get a PCR test We have been advised today by Public Health England North West that with immediate effect, all close contacts of confirmed COVID-19 cases should get a PCR test. This guidance applies to all settings – early years, schools, FE colleges and universities. It applies to all children, young people and adults. This change in guidance is being made to provide an additional measure to help stop the spread of the B.1.617.2 variant of COVID-19 (which was originally detected in India). There is currently no known community transmission of this variant within Cumbria, however the variant is now circulating in a number of Local Authority areas across the North West. As a result, any PCR-confirmed COVID-19 case identified in the North West of England will now be assumed to be the B.1.617.2 variant until/unless proven otherwise.


Out & About is the parish newsletter produced on a monthly basis and containing details of forthcoming events, local advertisements and features of interest

Copeland Borough Council is the next tier above the parish and is responsible for much of the administration of government services to Millom Without

We have an active Facebook page for helping promote local and regional information and for updating residents on the latest council projects

Cumbria County Council is the over-arching authority for our area and is principally responsible for the highway system of Millom Without

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